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Gator Football Gets Two Verbals For 2013

Fresh off announcing the 2012 Gator football recruiting class, Gator coach Will Muschamp has himself another two verbal commitments for the 2013 class today.

Jacksonville First Coast linebacker Daniel McMillan verbally commits to Florida and he adds yet another defensive player to the recruiting list. McMillan is a 6’3” 220 pounder who joins running back Adam Lane from Winter Haven and defensive tackle Caleb Brantley from Crescent City as 2013 verbal commitments.

McMillan chose Florida over a large number of schools who had offered him scholarships.

Also verbally committing is another linebacker prospect James Hearns from Tallahassee Lincoln. Hearns is a 6’3” 230 pounder who is a teammate of 2012 Gator commit Raphael Andrades, a wide receiver.

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